It’s called “Facility Automation Solutions for Smart Esco” the latest project realized by Graded in collaboration with two young talents of the fourth academic year of “Digita”, the Academy born from the partnership between University of Naples Federico II and Deloitte Digital. An innovation that – thanks to the use of Big Data, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, blockchain and Augmented Reality – aims to provide interactive, sustainable and intelligent maintenance services applied and tested directly on one of the company’s key customers.
It is called “Ems Smart Farm”, the project realized by Graded in collaboration with the students of the third edition of Digita Academy with the aim of designing and building an energy management software (an “Energy Management System”) able to make a farm smarter, interactive and energy efficient. With the ultimate goal of being able to automate the choices of use and address the energy produced by the renewable energy plants of the farm of Castel Volturno, in order to reduce energy consumption and obtain economic savings.
Research and innovation in the Energy and Environment sectors: Graded is among the protagonists of the communication campaign on the Public Consultation RIS3 Campania – Intelligent Specialization Strategy on R&I. The CEO of Graded, Vito Grassi, illustrated in a video testimony, collected on Tuesday, June 1 at Federica Web Learning of Federico II, the evolutionary scenarios of the sector, the numerous activities put in place with the contribution of the POR Campania FESR 2014-2020 funds of the Region (the BioValue, Geogrid, ProSit projects) and the technological challenges uploaded on the Open Innovation platform (the PV-Desk and E-procurement projects).
A great team for ambitious projects: here are the highlights and the protagonists of the roadshow and the 2018/2019 Graduation Day at the Digita Academy with the presentation of the latest project carried out by Graded in collaboration with the students of the Academy of San Giovanni a Teduccio: an artificial intelligence software for the digitization of purchases.
“Naples lives an unrepeatable moment, companies have an obligation to take it”: these are the words pronounced by Vito Grassi, CEO of Graded, during the closing ceremony of the first edition of the Digita Academy (Graduation Day 2017-2018). In a video we told the emotions of that day with the presentation of the “Dashboard 4.0”, the project for remote monitoring of a photovoltaic system created in collaboration with the students of the Academy.
Who are we, what are our strengths and growth plans for the future? Vito Gassi, CEO of Graded, explains it in this short clip prepared on the occasion of the entry, in 2017, in “Elite”, the program of Borsa Italiana and Confindustria for high-potential companies, to support their growth path linked to innovation and internationalization.
From Monday 21th to Wednesday 23th October 2019 we were in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, to participate in the 21st edition of “Wetex Dubai”, the main annual trade fair dedicated to water, energy, technology and the environment (” Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition “). Three key projects protagonists at the Convention and Exhibition Center: the energy efficiency system created for the Federico II Hospital of Naples,” Geogrid “, a geothermal research project,” Green Farm ”, the ecological farm capable of operating and self-sustaining by exploiting renewable energy sources.
Borsa Italiana chooses the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples for the third edition of the “Revelations-Finance for Fine Arts” project. Nine companies of the Elite program (Graded, Cartesar, D’Amico D&D Italia, Epm, Pasellì, Protom Group, Tecno, Temi and an anonymous donor) have financed the restoration of seven masterpieces of the Neapolitan museum returned to full use by the public.
New light at the Macellum: the Serapide temple of Pozzuoli lights up with colored LEDs thanks to the Civitas Prize initiative created in collaboration with Graded who designed and installed the systems. The intervention required 149 color-changing LED sources, 2000 meters of double-insulated cables, 800 meters of double-sheathed flexible hose, as well as a small army of latest generation lighting fixtures that can be managed remotely.